Houses

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  • The House Of My Dream House Essay

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    roof of their house. One day I want to have a home that makes me feel well and where I can be safe and happy. The purpose of this essay is to discuss and fine structural decisions I made about designing my dream house. The house of my dream has to be huge, spacious, which would reflect my personality toward innovations and new modern technological advances. . I would like my house count as much as possible with green materials that serve to protect the environment I want my house to be located in

  • Common House Construction Of Houses In The Aztecs

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    larger for the nobles), there were several variations on the theme. Some houses would have flat-pole roofs, others peaked roofs. Though it was common for houses to be built right on the ground, some were built on platform. Materials included in common house construction included straw, wood, stone, sand, lime, and clay. Straw would often be used for the construction of roofs. Adobe bricks, very common in the construction of houses in the Aztec empire, would be made from water, sand, clay, and a material

  • The Size Of A Tiny House

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    and tiny houses. Reality TV shows including Tiny House Hunting, Tiny House Building, Tiny House Nation, and Tiny House, Big Living, have brought national attention to the movement. A typical tiny house falls between 100 and 400 square feet. The tiny house movement is one possible solution for individual financial and environmental concerns. Most tiny homeowners also cite a simpler lifestyle as a main factor for choosing to “live tiny.” One of the greatest benefits of living in a tiny house is the

  • Descriptive Essay On The House

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    on their street decked out their houses with decorations, but Charlie’s house was always by far the best. It had graves all along the front lawn with zombies popping half out as if they were coming back from the dead. The house was covered in spider webs on all sides, plus it had spiders dangling from the roof. Some of the windows were boarded up and the others had pieces of broken glass still hanging as if someone had just been thrown out of it. On top of the house, they had inflatables such as a

  • The House & Home Exhibit

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    playing with dollhouses as a child, or how about building homes out of Lego’s or Lincoln Logs? The concept of home is something we experience from a very young age, after all, as the new long-term exhibit House & Home at the National Building Museum points out, “We all live somewhere.” The House & Home exhibit explores a subject so wide and so fundamental to the American way of life that it resonates with visitors of all ages and backgrounds. A visit to any of the Washington, D.C. based National

  • Tiny House Movement

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    know, is just how bad that home is to not only their health, but to the environment and their wallets as well. That is why, over these past few years, there has been a significant shift to what is known as the Tiny House Movement. However, before we embark on the tale that is the Tiny House Movement, we first must understand the traditional home. As of 2015, the average home in America was about 2,600 square feet, and would cost generally anywhere between one-third to a half of any given pay. At those

  • Advantages Of Tube House

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    problems of residency, tube houses are constructed. However, tube house is lack of sunlight due to close construction therefore they are always darker than other kinds of houses such as garden house, penthouse… To help people face to the dark easier, this article will give all of you some useful tips: 1. Paint color is a weapon To be friends with color of paint and you will find how beautiful your house is. You can paint the whole house with one bright color and your house will be much brighter and

  • The House Of The Seven Gables

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    The house of the Seven Gables, written by Nathaniel Hawthorne, is a gothic fiction novel. The book is classified as a Romantic by Nathaniel Hawthorne, dark themes and all. The story begins with Matthew Maule, the first owner of the land, building a house that is considered less than average compared to the land. A man, Colonel Pyncheon, wants to take the land and build a house that would be deemed acceptable compared with the beauty of the area around it. To the Colonel’s frustration, Maule refuses

  • House Voices Essays

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    House Voices I will start with my new house. It is down the street from where my grandma and great aunt live. The house has two levels, the main floor and the basement. There are two bedrooms, the office, the bathroom, the living room with a fireplace, dinning room, and the kitchen on the main level. The basement contains the laundry room, the family room, a bathroom, and a large storage area. The house was for sale because the old woman who lived in it before us had died in the summer heat

  • The Importance Of Sleep In The House

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    On the one hand; it was suitable to the local condition (a dry hot climate), this technique makes relative coolness in summer and relative warmness in winter inside houses, acts as a natural isolator keeping indoor air temperature mild in both hot and cold season, it is also permeable enough allow the walls to breathe, the technique of building with earth, adopts the climate conditions, suits the rates of evaporating

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